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  • A breaking change regarding IShippingPlugin/IShippingGateway in Commerce 12

    As you might already know, we reserve the major versions for breaking changes - when you upgrade to a major version, expect to have to change your code to make it compile and work. Our latest major version is Commerce 12, which was released almost... 3

  • Commerce no longer supports WebForms

    If you need an extra push to move your WebForms websites to MVC or, even more "modern" SPA - then here it is: Commerce 12.0 is the last version tested with WebForms. We dropped testing Commerce on WebForms from 12.1 onward. By "Drop testing", I me... 1

  • Commerce 12 release

    It's my honor to annouce that, in update 210, we shipped a version 12 release of Commerce. This is a major release of Commerce in 2018, as part of our continuous release process. The main focus is on improvements to the order system of Commerce....

  • Old promotion system is (already) dead, long live the new promotion system

    I'm going to be Captain Obvious today, and state the obvious facts : Everyone likes promotions/discounts. Everyone likes fast websites. Editors like an unified, well-rounded UI with drag and drop capacity. Developers like to automate task....

  • Planned Breaking Changes in Commerce 2018

    We are working on a number of changes in Commerce which are considered breaking since that will change some behaviors and APIs and therefore will be released as a new major version of Commerce. Here is a short summary of what we are considering, t... 4

  • Increased Flexibility in Commerce Catalog URLs

    As all of you probably know there are two built-in ways to route to catalog items in Episerver Commerce: The hierarchical route composed of the catalog/category/entry hierarchy and the "SEO" route which uses a single url segment, which for obvious... 2

  • CartHelper is dead, long live IOrderRepository

    As a framework provider, we take backward compatibilities seriously, and we keep supporting public APIs as long as it makes senses. If we can improve our framework by changing the internal implementation without having to change the singatures,...

  • Catalog content permission handling

    One of the most frequently asked features for us, Commerce development team, is to support permission handling for catalog contents. Up until now, the permission handling in Commerce is "all or nothing", which means you either have full access to...

  • Announcing Order extension for ServiceAPI

    ServiceAPI has been a popular RESTful APIs for Episerver Commerce, and it has been used by many websites, allowing easy and reliable integration with external systems. However up until now, only Catalog-related APIs (and a small set of CMS asset a... 2

  • Add Commerce to an Alloy Web Site

    I frequently get the question about how to add Commerce to an existing CMS site. I dreaded that question 5 years ago, but now adding Epi Commerce to an existing web site has really become easy in Visual Studio. It is simply a matter of adding the...

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